Denis Archambault receives a grant of over $ 600,000 from CIHR to develop a nanovaccine against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Professor Mathieu Frenette participated in a Radio-Canada interview to clarify a rumor concerning the risk of fires caused by hydroalcoholic gels in cars.
NanoQAM services will gradually restart from next week. This resumption of activity is carried out in strict compliance with government directives on health and safety.
NanoQAM researchers are involved at various levels in research into the fight against COVI-19. Several of them have notably given interviews to Radio Canada during the last few days on this subject.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Laurence Savignac, doctoral student in chemistry under the direction of Professor Steen Schougaard, members of NanoQAM, talks to us about research aimed at developing more efficient lithium-ion batteries for the good for the environment.
Laurence Savignac is preparing a doctorate in chemistry at the University of Quebec in Montreal under the supervision of Pr. Steen Schougaard, member of NanoQAM.
Last May, the J.J. Archambault Prize from the Eastern Canada Council of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) was awarded to Professor Frédéric Nabki, of the Department of Electrical Engineering at ETS.
Four professors who are members of NanoQAM obtained one hundred and sixty five thousand dollars in the 2018-2019 grant competition of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC),
The Quebec Research Funds - Society and Culture, Health, Nature and Technology - have announced the results of the 2019-2020 grant competitions. Professor Joshua Byers, member of NanoQAM, obtained a research grant in the amount of $ 40,000.